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How to Make a Risk Management Plan

Alyssa Scavetta
Publication date:
September 15, 2021
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How to Make a Risk Management Plan

Project risks are an inherent part of every project, but without risk assessment and risk mitigation strategies, they can become problems. Risk management is an important part of project management, and involves identifying project risks, assessing them, prioritizing them, creating a contingency plan, defining which team members will be risk owners, and monitoring them throughout the project life cycle.
Risk management is a proactive and reactive process that is constant throughout the project life cycle. A risk management plan defines how the project's risk management process will be executed, including the funds, tools and approaches that will be used to perform risk identification, assessment, mitigation and monitoring activities. It usually includes a risk register, risk breakdown structure, risk assessment matrix, risk response plan, roles and responsibilities, funding, timing and risk mitigation strategies.


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Alyssa Scavetta
How to Make a Risk Management Plan
September 15, 2021
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